Could Desk Research Be a Good Fit for Adults with Aspergers?

desk research

I was a senior in college.  Halfway through my year, I was hit with a wave of panic.  I had no idea what I wanted, really, to major in! I didn’t know what career I wanted to embark on! I had majored in Anthropology and Sociology, but had no idea what I could do with […]

How To Work From Home

how to work from home

A young man I know recently started a new job with a Fortune 500 Company. Prior to this job, he had a number of positions that went well, but didn’t last.  This young man doesn’t have Aspergers, but he does struggle at times with interpersonal communication. One of his relatives knew someone at this Fortune […]

How To Stop Procrastinating

how to stop procrastinating

“Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.” Mason Cooley It’s easy to rip a sheet of paper in half.  But place one hundred sheets of paper together, and you’ll have a very hard time cutting that stack of paper in half. Just as it’s easy to rip one sheet of paper, procrastination is like […]

Who Else Wants These Executive Function Skills?

executive function skills

Recently, I was struggling with my To Do list. Two co-workers were on vacation, and I had to cover their work plus my own. I sat down at the beginning of the day….and just stared at my computer screen: Paralyzed!  I had so many things to accomplish, but I couldn’t figure out which tasks were […]